Eases [noun]

Definition of Eases:

peace, quiet; lack of difficulty

Opposite/Antonyms of Eases:

Sentence/Example of Eases:

That ease means that creators often have multiple Carrds under their belt, creating a sub-economy of design tips and art.

Cellebrite says it can “unlock devices with ease” by finding vulnerabilities in targeted smartphones and exploiting them.

“The ease with which companies can be incorporated under state law, and how little information is generally required about the company’s owners or activities, raises concerns about a lack of transparency,” the report said.

Unlike masks, which can fall off the ears, outdoor runners and cyclists enjoy the ease of pulling buffs up as they pass the occasional dog-walker or fellow jogger, and then down again once they’re alone.

Blow-by drives, where a player dribbles past a defender with ease, are also up slightly.

Due to the ease of embedding links and the ability to put as many stories as you want, Instagram stories are considered to be more effective than bio links.

Additional work found that it’s possible to link these chips up into powerful circuits that run deep learning with ease, with bioengineered communication nodes called artificial synapses.

Organizations are now having to change their entire business models in order to understand new types of consumer behavior as lock-down restrictions ease and companies open back up for business.

So if I tell them, “Hey, I promise you in 30 minutes you can check your phone,” that’s going to help put their minds at ease.

Where the outside conditions are not very favourable, practically all the British species may be grown with ease under glass.